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- A surprise "bower was . given
Wednesday night by Lois Godtoold
i 6f Warsaw. The party honoree was
Miss .Helen Brown, who win be
come the bride of John Anderson
Johnson on June 2nd. , v j , ;
. 'Mixed spring flowers were used
in Me Hving room. The hostess
; presorted Silas Brown with a file
of the guest ferorite recetpes. ,
Alter several games the hostess
nerved swodwlAes nd punch. .v
Thursday P. M.
' On Thursday afternooa Mrs. Nor
man Barr wa club, hostess at. a
session Z bridge at her home on
College street .Potted plants were
used to decorate the living and din
ing; rooms where the game. , was
held. . ;;,JA.-? '. ;.' -,
High score prize, a plastic table
doth went to Mrs.' Helen Benton
, and a demi-tasee cup and saucer,
lor traveling prize, went to Mrs.
George Clark, J " ; '! '" i
During the game the guest en-
' Joyed coco colas and chee-wees. For
refreshments. Mrs. Brown served
Heavenly hash and toasted, pound'
Playing were Mesdetmes, Clark,
Benton, J. A Newfclrk, Layton A1-.
bertson, Robert Lewis, Miiford'
Quinn, Yancey Smith, and the hos-
teas. v"f' ;-Vi-.iiV.vA"; .
i Mr. Lloyd Bouse' spent Sunday
In Watha. ja-..'.'Vc-vA-'wv-.
Mr. and Mrs. Elvfo Boyette spent
Monday p. m .with Mr. and Mrs.
Xdoyd Bouse; :'.-:''.:. :'
. Mrs. Elwdn Boyette and children
spent Sunday la Selma. ' " : " "
' ' BEULAVUXK, N. C ' '
r Merles Are Better Than Ever
J . "Why Worry? See A Movie"
' Week Beginning May 20th.
, Harrr James -Dennis Pari i
'Jrnne Haver, In ?,.
Ill Get By, v
Tue - Wed
Randolph Seoti Ruth Roman
In Tedndoolor ,' "
Loots Hayword - Jane Wyait .,
" House By The River "
rt ;M-Vr;!M:r: i 'ivy:'',
John Caolfleld and That Pretty gbi
JOAN CAULK IE LD In '
: ' No S Jungle Serial
Sat.. ; :.' ;..
Sunset In The West . ' ,
Serial and Cartoon ?
THURS and FRL
King Solomans Mines
Starring Deborah Kerr and -,
' . Saturday May 19 Double Feature -
The Savage Horde
Starring William Elliot and Adrian Booth . !
" f ' Also
1 ,1 , ' ' ,
Starring William Tracy and Joe Sawyer
Sunday - Monday
i Ka!.3 Ci LlGntozuma
Starrin-r I!ic!ard WiJmark
Tuesday -We'tesaay May 22-23, , '
- .:',.':," .,!,'- 1 r-' ,,,-'. .:,( ;, ',-'..'.
llcr.crc J At
8TJPRER PARTI ' '
(Mrs. James Mtddlecon and Mrs.
L, S. Whittle entertained at a Sup
per party Tuesday night honoring
Miss Helen Brown, bride-elect of
June.,' ) ' .,.'iJ-,X'ii
v Mrs. Whittle's home was very at
tractive by candlelight.- Bed and
yellow rosea were used In the liv
ing room where canasta was later
played.'. ' '-V y :f ; 'f .1: J !
Mrs. William Oatls of Dunn won
a double deck of cards or high
score and note sheets went to Mrs.
George Sutton of Mt. Olive,' for
16W' score. The hbooree was re
membered with" kitchen utensils.
Those enjoying the evening were
Misses Agnes Turnage, Lois God
bold, Virginia Easley, and.' Myra
Butler 'of Base Hill. Alts Lawsen,
Kenansville, Mesdames Gatls, Sut
ten,, Jerry Johnson, Plnetops, Eld
son Brown, Rose Hill, Mrs. Glenn
Brown,' Allen Draughan, Jr4 Joe
Surratt, Jr., John Fonville,. Billy
Bartlefte, John Vinson, ' and the
honoree.. ':: ':'' S'rf ,'' ''.'',''
COCA COLA PARTY ,
. Mrs. Jerry Johnson and iMrs. Mar
vln C, Johnson of near Rose Hill
gave , a Coco cola party Saturday
af tern con tA' i o'clock honoring
Miss Helen" Brown, bride-elect of
Warsaw awl Magnolia' -
' Mixed touoiiets of spring flow
ers were used In the living and
dining rooms. An attractive arran
gement of n 'colas and greenry
were used in the center of the din
ing room 'j.la.e hieh Was covered
with a lovely green angandy cloth.
Upon arrival Miss Brown was
presented a corsage of carnations,
A corsage of rises was given Mrs.1
CHINQUAPIN. N. C
HTUr. and MOPT.' . $
I Any Number Can- Play
tlJ 'A Starring i i
Clark Gable and Alexis Smith
NEWS ,:'.' . 'V-' -j ; i' -F
TUES. and WED. -
Massacre River , .
. ' Starring -Rory
Calhoun and Guy Madison
Cartoon and Short "" ' '
THURS. and FRL ,
Randolph Scott ' and Dorothy
: Malone '
SAT. ONLY '. ' - 1 -
Strike It Rich
With Rod Cameron '
v Short, Cartoon and Serial f
If A ft
(MAY (17, 18
' ' ' ' ' i), ' 4 ,M h
May 29 f 21
Tracy Brown, mother, of the bride
elect, and also to Mrs. Rivers D.
Johnson, mother of the prospective
groom:, -A.rrl .:-
. Dakrty party aandwtofaea and coca
colas were enjoyed by the guests.
The honor ee was presented a set
Of coasters. . ; :
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Biggs an
nounced the birth of a daughter on
Saturday May 12 at Clinton hos
pital, in CHntori.' y y
' 'MT. and Mrs! John A. Boyette,
Jr., of Warsaw, celebrated Moth
er's day at their, bom Sunday. All
ihe children were present, Mr. and
Mrs., William J. Boyette and fam
ily of the community, Mrs. Floyd
Rouse of Seven Springs, Mr. lvln
and Miss Rachel .Boyette of the
home. We bad a bountiful dinner
and we hope -Mother many-many
more mothers happy days.
Mr. Ben. C. Frederick of Rock
Hill, S. C Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Frederick of Klnston, and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Kornagay of Goldsboro
spent Sunday -with their parents,
Mr., and Mrs. John Frederick.
1 Mr. and MrsE. F. Strickland
of Dunn visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Strickland on Sunday.
Mr. end Mrs. Ed Hlnes spent
the weekend with Lt and Mrs. Joe
Freeman In Jacksonville.
Mrs. Lillian Quinn visited her
daughter, Mrs. San Saleed in
Greenvlle over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Newton from
" Pira HILL, N. C.
'Carolina's Greatest '
, Entertaixunent lvalue" 1
Shows at 7:15 & 9:15 p. m.
Adults 30 c Kids (under
12 yrs. in cars) Free
i- SUNDAY MAY MTH
.All Big Laugh Show
Up In Mabel's Room
Dennis O'Keefe Bininie
Also 3 Stooges Comedy
MON, TECS 21-22
James Cagney - Barbara
Also Color Cartoon
WED ONLY 23 ; '
Belle Of Old Mexico
With 4 w
Dorothy Patrick and Robt.
",. ' Rockwell -'
THUR, FRI 24-25 ,
Great Western Adventure
Enrol Flyhn - Miriam ;
Alsq - Color Cartoon
; ', SAT. ONLY 26 , ,
Double Feature .
Danger Women At
' ' .- With .
JUary Brian Patsy Kelly '
Sfreefs Of Ghost .
; . y Tcv;n
( H t , .'-'5 V!.Vi '
With ' ' 1
m ' - D"j,.r,T""o p 1 f -niley t
l . i r. ar.i Z.a. Al-
vas I ,j; y. . v. i .. ; i.
Hie. and I Alvas Powell, 'Jr.
of GoldJboro spent Sunday Wlttt
Mr. and Mrs. Alvas Powell. Sr. ;
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Sawyer of
Eliaabeth City visited the Powell
sisters over toe weekend. . t . '
Mrs. B, E, L. Wheeless bad a
her guest this weekend her son, Mr.
Bob Wtoeles.l'.-',ii.-;ii. ;,,.i: J.,,w,i.'
Miss Mae Brock was at home ov
er the weekend, t , v v
Dir. Paul Britt visited bis mother
in Parkton Sunday.' '
! Mrs. Herbert MIddleton left Sun
day to visH for several days with
her son, Mr. Henry MIddleton In
Baleigh. '''''"" '"v -'
- Mr. and Mrs. Gib Buck and Mr.
and Mm. J. H. Hines spent the
weekend at Oarollna Beach.
' Oars. Paul Britt and children vis
ited with, her mother In Stedman
over the weekend.
Letslle Brown, Jr. was at home
during the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berry were
guest of bis toother in Washington,
D. C, several days ago.
i Mrs. James L. Kitchen and chil
dren visited her parents several
days last week. " . ' "'
Mr. : Tommy Gresbam went to
Columbia, Tenn. Saturday to bring
his wife and children back after
a visit with her mother.
" The community, club will meet
In the school auditorium Saturday
nlight May 19th for the regular
monthly meeting, all are invited to
Rev. L. G. Prater left Monday
morning to accompany the B. F.
Grady high school Junior class to
Washington, ,D. C.
Miss Essie Mae Outlaw of the
Wadesboro school . faculty was a
weekend visitor with the home
ifolks and children.
. Mr, and IMrs. Berniie Lillian and
children of Purvis, Miss., have been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dun
can and other relatives.
Little Miss Donna Lou Jones is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Albert Nich
ols at Sims. .
(Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Watson of
New Bern were weekend visitors
with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Frank Out
. The Young Adult class held their
monthly meeting with Miss Marie
Terry Hostess. . j
i IMrs. Glennie Outlaw of Ashland,
Va. Is visiting relatives here this
(Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Outlaw and
baby of Raleigh and Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Hawley of Wilson spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
their mother, Mrs. Kettle Outlaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Horton and
daughter of Zefoulon spent Satur
day night and Sunday with Mr. and
:'-'. WEEK OF MAY 20TH
YOU ARE IN THE NAVY
GARY COOPER and JANE GREER
Tuesday Wednesday y :
RICHARD TOD and RUTH
EDGE OF DOOM
DANA ANDREWS and FARLEY
Friday - Saturday . ,
' APACHE DRUMS
' Starring " 1
STEPHEN MCNALLY and
COLEEN GRAY '
Sun. Mon. May 29-21,
Ma. and Pa Kpllle
Back On The Farm
With Marjorie Main and..'
Toes. Wed. May 22-2S
. RuVhidO ' ;
With jm'i -
1 :, . U. V. i!.Un.,'r.':.- f."v ' ;y
.tUa T-.ehna Rouse of Klnston
was a weekend visitor with Misses
Fannie and Sally Outlaw.
Quite a number of relatives and
friends from Mt. OUve, Goldsboro
and Klnston were here for the
home coming and Mother's Day
services Sunday. .. ,;":
, Mrs. Fletcher Mann, the fanner
Miss Bertie Rae Outlaw, Washing
ton, D. C, has been visiting rela
tives hei.-'''.-:':';- V .
"' Mrs. Lottie Berger and Miss Ra
cbel Outlaw were delightful host:
eses to the A&W at their borne
Saturday dternoon with a splen
did attendance of members and
several visitors. Miss SaUle Out
law,, president, called the meeting
to order at 3 o'clock with the Rev.
L. G. Prater In charge of the wor
ship service. His theme was "What
e're Our Race May Be" following
the business. Mrs. Leonard Sutton
program chairman, gave a review
of two chapters of the study book,
"Runal Prospect" by Mark Rich.
The, meeting closed with prayer. A
social hour with delicious refresh
ments we enjoyed.
, ...if. . " . .1 u '.
Double-use kitohen tools are
usually a better Investment than
those for a special purpose. A can
opener, for instance, that opens
several types of lids is more use
ful than one that does a single
Job. A pancake turner with boles
not only turns cakes but lifts eggs
out of fat, draining off the drip'
pings. A mediuoi-eized butcher
knife is valuable for more differ
ent Jobs than a special ham slicer
or boning knife.
How much use tools and uten
sils Will iget is an important guide
in buying. When choosing metal
items, use may determine the ma
terials steel or heavy aluminum
for hard use, light tin plate or
lightweight aluminum for more oc
You may wish to write for a sin
gle copy of "Tools for Food Prep
artion and Dishwashing," free on
request to the Ofiice of Informa
tion, U. S. Department of Agricul
ture, Washington 25, D. C.
, When pressing out wrinkles in
suits and coats, take care not to
press in stains or soil. Heat sets
many stains, making them difficult
or 'mposslble to remove. Even
grease or soil may be driven into
fabric by the heat and pressure of
the iron and then may be more dif
ficult to remove. Before pressing
clothes at home, look them over to
seer if they are stained, spotted, or
soiled. If so, take out stains or
sponge with cleaning fluid before
applying the iron.
- To the man of the family, spe
cialists suggest that it is poor eco
nomy to send a badly soiled suit
or trousers out to be pressed. Clea
ning costs only a little more and
takes out sail before pressing. Best
of all for saving clothes and money
is giving clothes the daily care that
keeps them clean as long as possi
ble and holds them in shape.
Fitting is the biggest problem in
dressmaking for most women,
clothing specialists tell us. Only if
it fits will a homemade dress pay
full returns on the money spent for
materials and the time and effort
For the' many wbmen who will
be starting their spring sewing
soon and need to know how to get
a good fit as well as how to cut and
construct a dress, homemakers may
wish to write for two bulletins
"Pattern Alteration" (F.B. 1968)
and "Making a Dress at Home"
(F.B. 1954). Address requests to:
Office of Information, U. S. De
partment of Agriculture, Washing
ton 25, D. C
For a darn that doesn't show,
here are some tips:
If possible, use ravelings from
a leftover scrap of the fabric or
from seam or hem. Lengthwise
yarns are best for lengthwise darn
ing; crosswise yarns for crosswise
darning. Imitate the weave of the
material. Sink the needle into the
yarn of the fabric, leaving cut ends
on the wrong side.
Lacking yarn from the same fab
ric, darn with dull thread of about
the same thickness and appearance
but slightly darker. Use as fine a
needle as possible and short thread
to avoid stretching the hole by
pulling thread back and forth.
Thurs. Fii May 24-25
' WUk Ij Roi-Itav on
With Lex Barker and "
Rough Riders Of
With Rocky Lane
Work under a good lisht and on
the right aide of the fabric so that
yon ean set the effect as you work.
Take tiny stitches. Keep the darn
flat Stitches that are too tight will
pucker, too loose will puff., When
finished, steam-preae on the wrong
aide, then brush up lightly on the
right side to lift the nap. t
Idle on the back of many kitchen
range stands one of its most eco
nomical, useful and convenient
partsthe deep well cooker. House
hold equipment specialists suggest
that the many families who need
to save on the cost of food and also
electricity or gas for cooking would
be wise to make more use of that
covered kettle fitted Into an insulat
ed well. As a start, they suggest
reading about it in the booklet of
directions that comes with the
This thrift cooker Is ideal for
such budget items as the less ten
der cuts of meat, dry beans, or
whole-grain cereals, which need
long, slow cooking. In the insulated
well foods can cook to delicious ten
derness with a minimum of fuel It
is ideal for simmering soups or for
steaming bulky vegetables like corn
the kettle makes it convenient for
steaming bulwy vegetables like corn
on the cob or kale or other leafy
As long as a steady stream of
steam rises from the kettle, several
different foods may cook In lt to
gether without mixing flavors. To
keep flavors eeperate, don't turn off
the heat until the food is removed
from this kettle. If the cooker must
be opened during cooking, turn up
the heat for full steam.
When heating rolls or baking po
tatoes in the cooker, set them on a
rack on the bottom and away from
the sides of the kettle to prevent
QUESTION: What row spacing is
recommended for bunch type pea
ANSWER: Tests conducted by the
North Carolina Experiment Station
show that close row spacing can in
crease bunch type peanut yields as
much as 600 to 1,200 pounds and
bring additional profits of $75 to
$100 per acre. In Edgecombe Coun
ty in 1947, a yield increase of 1,000
pounds was obtained when row
width was reduced from 36 to 18
inches. Similar results have been
obtained in other tests. Use of 18
inch rows also increases hay yields
by about one ton per acre.
QUESTION: How can I keep my
pigs free of lice?
ANSWER: Spray them wi th
crankcase oil, DDT, or benzene hex
achloride. However, benzene hex
achlorlde should not be used if the
animals are to be marketed or
slaughtered within 30 days. For
information on how to grow swine
profitably, get a copy of Extension
Folder No. 83, 'Profits with a
Brood Sow and Big Program." See
your county agent or write the
Agricultural Editor, State College
QUESTION: How large will the
national sweet potatoe crop be this
ANSWER: Indications are that
the 1951 crop will be the smallest
since 1900. It will be about 443,900
acres, compared wdth 572,900 last
year and a 10-year average of 671,
900. North Carolina's 1951 crop Is
estimated at 50,000 acres, compared
with 59,000 last year.
Question: What kind of records
am I required to keep in connec
tion with payment of social securi
ty taxes for farm workers?
Answer: W. L. Turner, extension
farm management specialist at
State College, says the law doesn't
specify the type of records to be
kept. However, it does say that
some kind of records must be kept
and they must be available for in
spection by the Bureau of Internal
Revenue if necessary.
Question: What can I do to con
trol lice and mites among my chic
kens? Answer: Warm spring weather
usually causes an increase in in
festation by lice and mites. A hea
vy infestation can lower egg pro
duction. The pests may also spread
to the brooder house and cause un
Several hens should be checked.
If lice are present, use either so
dium fluorid or a roost paint. A
second treatment should be made
in 10 days to kill the nits that
v The treatment for mites is dif
ferent. The red mites hide around
the- roosting places during the day
and suck blood from th birds at
night. A cheap but effective treat
ment is made with equal parts of
used motor oil and kerosene. This
mixture Is applied to the perch
poles and nearby places that may
harbor the red mites. Carbolenl
oum will give a more lasting effect
than motor oil. .
Questionr I have a few apple
trees in the back yard but can't
take the ' trouble to. spray them as
a commercial grower would. What
do you suggest?. '-.,... i-:,.;:.,,"-)".:.-.-:.
Answer: The following recom
mendations are made for apple
growers who wish fair results but
can't bother with the expense or
trouble of obtaining and using sev
eral different materials. Apply one
ounce, of Jermate plus one ounce
of lead arsenate In three gallons
of water, Apply this spray when the
center buds first show pink, Just
before bloom, when most petals
have dropped, 10 days after petals
fall, and then, about every two
vpJs un :i four more applications
l. il' i trade. ;, v,,--.. ' ' ''
4-11 PcSilic Spring
' '. The 4-H public speaking pro
gram now in its second year
promises become very popular
with club members In North Cam-'
Una. Realizing that the ability to
project itboughts and deas clearly
is of prime importance in leader
ship, citizenship and everyday life
Whey are earnestly itakng part in
the program, in order to trim cor
ners and make their beat better.
Twenty-three states have accepted
the program for 1951, as compared
wiUn. 19 last year.
Gald-filled medals are awarded
to the boy and girl winners in each
participating county. State win
ners' awards comprise a handsome
set of silverware for the top-ranking
girl, and a 17-Jewel wrist watch
for the oultataddinig boy. Winners
are determined not only on what
they say, but how well they say
It. All awards are provided by the
Pure Oil Company.
William Pressly of Iredell coun
ty, utas last year's watch winner in
North Carotins. Daisy Simpson of
Mecklenburg ooudty, received the
silverware award for her outstand
ing work. County medals were aw
arded to 17 4-H'ers in the State.
Tis program is conducted under
the supervision of the Cooperative
WATCHES - CLOCKS
RINGS ON ORDER
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry
DUPLIN MERCANTILE CO
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN
Warsaw Drug Company
Home Owned By
R. L. Bolick
Warsaw Fish Market
CREATORS AND MAINTAINERS OF LOWE3
PRICES ON QUALITY SEA FOODS
(Next Door to A&P)
Both Wholesale and Retail
Know Your Fish or Know Your Fishman
D. Z. HOLLOMAN
FREE Phone 326 WE
DRESSING WARSAW, N. C. - DELIVER
Phone Us For
Rough & Dress lumber
K!if.'.'V '. '; "--AU'Kinds rJ:r'f-;
'''"".;, " '' "v ,J i:?''''iV-'V:i;1:V:'
Molding And Trim
-.''f'.'v;..;.-' : '- VY ,: :''-:f-' 'W
'I Free Delivery Prompt Service . V .
j. ; .. S;. Telephone 2542 -1'ffi5r '
T.Irr-.bcr Southern Pir.e
1. 4 k - .J .. . I
Filling our form Ml (quarter?
return filed with Bureau of Inter
nal Revenue) will be easier if fee
farmer keeps some kind of record
which gives nun the following In
formation: names and social seen
rty numbers of regular hired farm
workers, length of time worked, and
total amount of caah wages paid
each during a calendar quarter.
E & W Restaurcr.1
Bar-Be-Cue Rabbit .
Southern Fried Chicken
Country Style Steak
Grilled Pork Chops '
French English Peas . .
Fresh String Beans
Lettuce and Tomatee with
Home Made Hot Rolls and
Ice Tea and Coffee
Geo. H. fWt Earl Whi taker
Winter days are harsh to any akin,
especially baby's. You 11 find our
lotions counter stocked with the
finest anointing needs.
WIZARD WfJ. $17050 fASY
THIS WIZARD"" BEATS ALL OTHERS
in its h.p. class in test alter .test! . Its
smooth roller-beiinng power and M n(
20 m.p.h. speed brings U -flung j"
spots within easy reach. This lightweight
easy-to-carry Wizard. gives you mstant
starts, and slow m.p.h. trolling. Yfct Jl S
actually priced $10 to $30 less than many
motors it beaUl ,
Senntlonal New WIirJ
18-H.F. Oatbaard $269
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